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. >> and the questions about safety it raises tonight. >> hello, i am jeff barnd. >> and i am jennifer gilbert. live at johns hopkins hospital in east baltimore wheee the gunman opened disagree it happened this morning in the nelson building. main hospital tower at the complex. it ended with a doctor shot. the gunman's mother deaddand the gunman killing himself. -> the ordeal played out overr3 several hours, joy lepola takes us through step by step, what happened. >> all start runninn,,and they %-the 8th floor.g happened on >> a guuman creates panic. inside of one of the most prominent hospitals in the nation.ú as he shhots a doctor inside johns hopkiis. >> he said that there was a guy ú% a rampage running around the hospitallwith a gun. >> outside of the hospital, officers quickly cordoned off streets. >> need thhm on the other side. >> police helicopter ccrcles the scene. as johns hopkins goes inno lockdown, workers find themselves trapped and told to find a safe place to hidd. >> they are all locked in the apparently everybody is locked down. they cannot move. >> my area is well secured. so i s
and sunday in my >> hello i'm jeff barns. >> i'm jennifer. >> police swarm east baltimore after a gun man shoots a doctor inside john hopkins hospital. >> it all ended with the gun man and his mother dead. we have team coverage of the crime. we start with joy sse is live outsiie of johns hopkins tonight. joy. >>reporter: jennifer at this point police are still conducting a criminal investigation into tte events that unfolded here at johns hopkins hospitaa earlier eighth floor of the nelson building. hospital immediately went that lock down. technical team moved in. police now say the gunman became iratt after learning his mother was paralyzed following surggry earlier this week. >> mr. r: but she worried about her friends on 88 >> i can't immanuel how they are feeling right now. hopefully they have evacuated the unit. >>repooter: with blocks barricaded by police a routine blood delivery is wheeled in a side entrance. >> whether he to wait in the office just wait until the police told them that it was okay to come out that door. >>reporter: finally there's word. >> i think it is
jennifer that would change everything. >> she said, hey kristin, i've been thinking, i've talked to my husband, we've been praying about it and she said i want to carry a babe for,. >> reporter: she couldn't believe what she was hearing. >> i said i got to talk to my husband. i hung up i went upstairs and i said you would not believe what just happened. i told him that night and we're like it feels right. >> reporter: it feels reich because kristin and jennifer had been through everything together. they grew up sharing special moments. jennifer a mother herself was offering to be kristin's gestational carrier. >> that's when someone will carry a pregnancy for a woman who cannot do it herself. kristin's doctor says it was a perfect fit. >> she was young she had good eggs we were able to do in vitro fertilization on kristin and place an embryo into her best friend. >> reporter: a baby is on the way for kristin and her husband. they are expecting in february. >> when that child is here aim going to love that child so much more because this valley that we've gone through this long j
into adoption until they she got a call from her best friend jennifer that would change everything. >> she said, hey, kristin. i've talked to my husband. we've been praying about it. she said, i really want to carry a baby for you. >> reporter: kristin didn't believe what she was hearing. >> i have to talk to my husband. that's how we left it. we hung up. i went upstairs right away. i was like, you will not believe what just happened. i told him that night. we were like this feels right. >> reporter: it felt so right because kristin and jennifer had been through everything together. they had been friends since 7 playing how and growing up sharing special moments. jennifer was offering to be her gestational carrier, carrying a pregnancy for a woman who can't do it herself. her doctor says it was a perfect fit. >> she was young and had good eggs. we were able to do in vitro on kristin and then place one embryo into her best friend as her gestational carrier. >> a baby is now on the way for kristin and her husband, they are expecting in february. >> i'm going to love that child so much more becaus
:00. >> good evening, i am jennifer gilbert. >> and i am jeff barnd. right now hurricaae earl is a eastern coast of the u.s.g the >> the storm is thheatening ne the country.populated areas of as the holiday weekend is about to begin. chief meteorologist vytas reid joins us in a few minutes ith the latess information n where the storm will go. and keith daniels joins uu with a look at the preparations being made across the state. >> weather conditions are getting worse as we speak as earl gets closer. banks of north carolina where people are already evacuated %-there.eeof the islands down but we begin in maryland. %-ocean city.anding by live in jeff, whht is it like out thhre aa this hour?ú >>well, right now, all eyes are on the shoreline here in ocean city. this storm is expected to whip through the area b 3:000in the morning and 3:00 in the afternoon. and whhle city leaders don't expect devastation, they do expect damage. >> by mid afternoon, only surfers were allowed in the waters of ocean city. ú%ange is on the way. >> you can feel it in the water before you feel it outside. >> at
the photos showing the aftermath of the horrific home invasion that left jennifer hawke-petit and daughters heyley and michaela dead following a week of chilling video of jennifer's last minutes alive and grueling testimony by william petit, the lone survivor. >> we have a lot of support. would like to thank friends and people from all over the state and all over the country for their notes and texts and e-mails who have been very sp t sportive. >> he addressed reporters outside court. >> we're happy with the way the prosecution is presenting its case and things are moving along at a reasonable pace. >> the case turned to photographs of their torched home that told the tale of torture and murder. this is jennifer's sister. >> we have lived with this for over three years and we did walk through the house a long time ago so those images really stay in your mind even though you wish they could leave. >> there were pictures of fire-ravaged bedrooms cords still tied to bedposts prosecutors say restrained the daughters. both girls died of smoke inhalation. >> what that does is really put a pictu
>> and i am jennifer gilbert. we continue our vote 2010 ú%verage tonight. one of the big races we are folllwing, the race for state's attorney in the city off3 baltimore. here is a look at the numbers. paaricia jessamy gettingy, 49 percent of the vote. beenstein at 47 percent. again these early numbers, with only 3 percent of the precincts reporting. now patricia jessamy has been the state's attorney for 15 years now. %-south bbltimore, where patrica jessamy has been watching the numbers come in tonight. joy? >>well, jennifer, we're here at3 the rowing club in south where, as you can see, supporters are gathered, for -atricia jessamy to watch these results come in. she arrived hereeabout an hour ago. let me tell you this crowd went absolutely wild. stanniig up. chanting her name. cheering her on. we had a chance to speak with her shortly after that. here is what she had to say to us. >> well, we don't know the totals yet, but, i mean, we're confident that tte voters,úelec. so we wwll await the returns. >> now despite how close this race is, at this point, patricia jessamy remains
this >> hello, i am jeff barnd. >> and i am jennifer gilbert. worms found in candyy at a gibbs store at one of baltimore renowned hospitals. >> karen parks is 2004 tell us the person thattate it was a 14-year-old chhld. >> thaa's right jennifer and -eff. teenager went to johnsshhpkins outpatient center for a routine exam. >> we weee at the hospital.elly3 >> tuesday morning, dannel boyd took his daughter and son to the outpatient center for a routine exam. >> went to the gift shop, and got three little, 15-cent resees cups. >> ate 1 and then another. %-the candy.ide of the top of %-just burrowing in the candy.p. >> father opened up the third piece of candy. this is what he found. >> i always thooght that the hospital was a clean place you could go. you know, and stuff like that >> i got real sick. and i started like haviig diarrhea and throwing up. abdominal pain. >> charlotte was diagnosed with food poisoning and told to stay out of school for three days. gift shhp and spoke with antal employee. >> well she said okay, weecheck and all the dan candy hat they had had worms innthem. >> a spok
baltimore, this is foxx45 news at 10:00. >> hello, i am jennifer gilbert. >> and i am jeff barnd. four hour hostage standoff in silver spring ends withhpolice >> this all happened t the discovery channel building on georria avenue. myranda stephens is here with how the incident caae to an end. and more n the gunman's past. myranda? >> jennifer and jeff, james j lee no stranger to the discovery chaanel builling.3 protested there building before. but this time took his anger to a whole new level. >> the intense situution began around 1:00 this afternoon. when police say james j lee, an environmental protester, walked into the discovery channel headquarters, in silver spring, -earing devices on his body,,and waving a handgun. he then took two workers and a seeurity guarr, hossage in the %->> there maybe some other potential devices, with im, or near him, that he brought in. >> most of the 1900 employees were able to et out okay. and the day care center inside ú% the building was evacuated. swat teams and federal bomb technicians surrounded the building. while federal negotiators talked to
:00. >>> jennifer cox wanted to do something. k# worried over her friend with breast cancer jen is doing what she can to celebrate those who have passed and those who are living. the road never ends siañas far jen cox is concerned. >> reporter: at the end of the dock with its back brushed up against bear creek sits a hard yacht cafe'. all is quiet today except for the flags o2kÑflapping in the breeze. we lost a dear friend last week, rhonda. >> the tests came back they found out it was worse so she had to jfdgo in for chemo. she had one treatment. >> reporter: feeling a trillion miles away from a cure jennifer knew this was her chance to do something for her friend. >> it's @¬ fair. i mean, she was too young a girl. she's going to miss a lot. >> reporter: so let the party begin. instead of feeling sad and sorry and helpless, jen did what she does party. >> i love planning parties. that's what we do, you know. and i just didn't know i could do all that. crowd. see all these ladies. they gave back all their tips. you see all these tattoos. the artist gave back his. at first the party wa
dr. jennifer ashton and jennifer hartstein will be here, as well, in a few minutes. >> if you are moving long distance or ever have you know it is a nightmare and also can be a scam. people will quote you a price on the phone. when the truck actually shows up they double or triple the price. our susan koeppen will show us a mover who did that in front of our hidden cameras and we'll show you how to protect yourself. >> first a check of the news. good morning. >> the joys of moving. good morning to everyone. this morning southern florida is on flood alert a soaking tropical depression is now making its way up the coast. maximum sustained winds at this hour of 35 miles per hour. our miami station joins us now. >> reporter: good morning. south florida getting quite a soaking i'm ankle wading in ankle-deep water. we're on miami beach and when you have the downpours, flooding is a concern, exactly what is happening on o the roadways giving motorists who come through the area quite a bit of trouble making their way through. of course, that's something to be cautious about. in prepar
, he heard his wife, jennifer. i heard her say that she would need to get dressed. and need to get her purse and checkbook to get to the bank. hayes drove jennifer to the bank. petrified, she told the teller, she needed to withdraw $15,000. police say hayes and petit returned home where she was sexually assaulted. the girls were tied to their beds. petit said he may have heard the men's voices and moaning. someone said, are you all right? it's going to be all over in a couple of minutes. it was a different tone. it was much more sinister. i felt a jolt of adrenaline. and thought it's now or never in my mind. at that moment, i thought they were going to shoot all of us. petit managed to get his hands untied, but not his feet. i hopped up to the stairs. got to the top and fell. still pound, petit literally rolled to a neighbor's house. his wife and daughters died after the suspects set the home on fire. the men were caught later by police while driving the family's minivan. the defense chose not to cross-examine dr. petit. >> to question him would be disastrous for the hearts of the jury
, i am jeff barnn. >> anddi am jennifer gilbert. votes are being counted right now in maryland's primary races. >> two races will most likely be decided this evening. even though a lot of voters decided to stay hooe. >> one of those races is for baltimore city state's attornee. jefffabell is standing by live in canton where bernstein is waiting for results. >> and joy lepola joins us from south baltimore with current state's attorney jessamy waiting to see if she can keep her job. >> the otherr ace most likely decided tonight is baltimore county executive. kevin kamenetz has spent a lot keith daniels is live in pikesville waiting to see if it pays off. >> bartenfelder has been serving with kevin kamenetz in thh baltimore ounty council since is the mid 90s. melinda roeder joiis us from his campaign headquarters in parkville. >> republicans and democrats nominate their candidates tonight karen parks is joining us from canton where governor ú%malley is expected to be nominated. former governor ehrlich faces a -hallenge from the right, on the g.o.p. side tonight. >> aad john ryde
by jennifer gavin with the library of congress. happy anniversary. >> thank you very much. good morning to you. we are very, very excited about this being ten years that we have been on the national mall and bringing this to the people. >> tell us about the people who are coming to this mall, the special authors you have attracting hundreds of thousands of people. >> we are going to be having 77 authors total. and they include such luminaries as johnathon franzen, jane smiley. a big lineup of authors who write for young people and children, and of course many activities also so that people from the whole family can come and spend an interesting day here. >> it's a great time for family and everyone there, but what's the overall purpose of the festival? >> it is to promote the love of books and reading and literacy sly. of course we are preaching to the choir here a bit but with our children's activities, particularly, we are proud to be able to say that we probably have some young people at the festival this year who grew up with us. >> you know, jennifer, i have lead that people in places not
spirit when at the kicked her off the team. jennifer tesch says she was shocked when they are daughter, kennedy, came home from practice and demonstrated her routine for her. she says some of the cheers were just too inappropriate for 6-year-olds. >> and the lyricses are, our backs ache, our skirts are too tight, we shake our booties from left to right. and at that point, i was just kind of in shock. >> well, after bringing her objections to the coach and g.m. of the squad, jennifer says kennedy was concluded off the team. she does say, however, other cheered leading squads have offered to put kennedy on their team. and that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. do you think a detroit-area cheering squad's choice of cheers is too racy for 6-year-olds? email your response to watercooler@wbaltv.com. >> the time is now 6:08, 66 degrees on tv hill. coming up -- the morning's financial news in the bloomberg business report. >> also ahead, more than a dozen homes go up in flames as a wild fire rages in utah. >> and the force of nature of a different kind as wind and water pummel
in a connecticut courtroom and surveillance video shows jennifer hawke-petit at a local bank taking out $15,000. prosecutors say her family was being held hostage. petit, along with her two daughters were later tortured and killed. yesterday, jurors heard 911 tapes in the deadly home invasion trial, and listen to what the bank manager told operators in a 911 call. >> we have a lady who is in our bank right now. who says that her husband and children are being held at their house. if the police were told they'd kill the children and the husband. >> what role does that 911 call play in the trial? >> it's laying out the time line. what's so chilling about that surveillance video of jennifer hawke-petit at the bank withdrawing $15,000, telling the bank teller my family is being held hostage, i'm petrified. they said if we involve the police they're going to kill my husband and kids. less than an hour after this video was taken, jennifer hawke-petit was dead. >> where were police? >> that's a good question. this is 9:17 a.m. 9:21 a.m., three minutes later, the bank manager says i got to go back
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:00 here on abc 2. amock the stars, "the situation, david hassell handoff, bristol palin and jennifer grey. the last time jennifer grey famously danced with a partner was 2 years ago. it was dirty dancing with the late patrick swayze. . >> the trust that i have to have with derek i had to have with patrick and they are very similar in the ways that they are both incredibly confident natural dancers. i feel like i'm numb. i feel like i've tapped into showing that makes me happy. the contestant dance tonight and tomorrow night. santana and daughtry will perform on that first elimination episode. >>> taking your car to the wash has never been so friendly to the environment. how businesses are being kinder to mother earth. abc 2 news at 6:00 starts right now. >> now, abc 2 news at 6:30. >>> a community weeps for a foss ton teen struck and killed crossing the road over the weekend. i'm roosevelt leftwich. when classes resumed students shared in their grief over joey ah trey montreal. the popular student died when he stepped in front of a car trying to cross the road. jeff haeger has more on the
on her daughter, bristol, on ""dancing with the stars." and we hear a shocking revelation from jennifer grey. you'll hear from both of them this morning, right here. yeah. talk about revolutielations. how often do you hear someone say "dancing with the stars" saved their life? >> that's a first. >> we'll get to that later in the broadcast. >>> first, a lot of big stories coming up. starting with the latest change at the white house. president obama's top aide, his chief of staff, is said he is likely leaving at the end of the week. family consideration prevent a final decision. >>> also, there's news out of pakistan, where the cia is intensifying a bombing campaign against the taliban. 20 drone strikes in the month of september. the most of any month this year. this comes as there's new reports of increased terrorism threats against europe. we'll talk about this with bob woodward. he's the author of "obama's war." >> we look forward to sitting down with him. >>> also, a new government study out this morning of what women earn in the workplace. more women are working in management. but h
on tape. jennifer petit, forced to withdraw ransom money to try to save her family. new questions this morning about the police response. >>> and the pope meets the queen. for the first time in a generation. the leader of the roman catholic church visits the united kingdom. question is, when the pope meets a queen, who bows first? question of the morning, perhaps. as we do say good morning, america. we have live pictures of the pope meeting now with the queen in scotland. the first official state visit a pope has ever made to the u.k. and we'll have more on this ahead. >> creating a lot of excitement. of course, the pope had a controversy there last year, when he seemed to invite members of the church of england to come over to the catholic church. he's trying to smooth that over now. >>> also here at home, what a whirlwind created by christine o'donne o'donnell's victory yesterday in delaware. the republican establishment was doing everything to block her to keep her from running. and now, they're rushing to talk to her. we put our interview with her on my "bottom line" blog. >>
penalty. we learned about the key moment when jennifer hawke-petit was forced to withdraw $15,000 from her bank account, her family being held hostage at the time at home. >> we have a lady who is in our bank right now, who says that her husband and children are being held at their house. the people are in a car outside the bank. she's getting $15,000 to bring out to them. that if the police are told, they will kill her children and the husband. her name is jennifer petit, p-e-t-i-t. she lives at [ bleep ]. she says they are being very nice. they have their faces covered. she is petrified. >> randi kaye has new details from court today. we finally learned the alleged motive behind this horrific crime. >> we sure did, anderson. chilling details. what we now now after years of waiting is this crime may have taken place because one of the suspects, stephen hayes, was, quote, desperate for money. according to a connecticut police detective who interviewed hayes after the murders in july 2007. the detective testified in court today that when he interviewed hayes after the suspects had been caug
shot her. >> reporter: that woman has been identified as 38-ye-old jennifer bates of nokesville. her assailant, her husband, robert bates. police say the couple had been rguing in this vehicle before it turned on to idewater way. an officer had been walking his dog, unarmed himself he confronted the armed man whom witnesses sayointed his gun at him. he retreated to retrieve his own weapon but then -- >> another shot rang out. and that was it. he killedhimself. >> reporter: it all happened quickly and neighbors had already called police. >> units arrived on scene. they located two individuals who appeared to have been suffering from gunshot wounds. the gunshot wounds were all upper body. the male was pronounced dead at the scene. the female was showing signs of life and was transported to the hospital wher she was pronounced. >> reporter: what remains a puzzle to investigators and residents of this community is hy these two people chose this street. those who live here know that it's a cul-de-sac. it doesn't go all the way through and neither of these victims are believed to have any
video that you're looking at now shows jennifer hawke-petit an hour before she was murdered. she was at the bank withdrawing thousands of dollars and she told the tellers there she needed this money for ransom. the bank's manager did call 911 and police released a recording of that call. jeff, i understand that the 911 calls, they're raising a lot of questions because the time of when the call was placed and when police went to the home. >> this is a summer morning and what's so chilling about this, is just less than an hour after we see jennifer hawke-petit at that bank window she was dead or dying. the thinking of the defense, what this shows you is that police dropped the ball. they had ample opportunity to get officers out to the house. she is in there around 9:17 a.m. by 9:21 a.m. the bank manager goes to a back office after jennifer hawke-petit and said my entire family is being hostage at home and if i give them money they'll leave but if i get the police involved they'll kill my husband and children. a manager goes to the back room and then we'll tell you what happened on
. >> hustle. >> reporter: jennifer tesh, says the cheer her 6-year-old daughter kennedy was forced to say on her michigan cheerleading squad, was completely inappropriate for a 6-year-old. >> she thinks a little girl couldn't say some of the words. >> my back aches. our skirts are too tight. our booty shakes from left to right. >> reporter: tesch was so upset, she took her concerns to the local news. but her complaints backfired. and the members of the wolverine cheerleading league voted unanimously this week to keep the questionable cheer, but kick kennedy off the squad. >> i think i'll miss the cheers. >> it took every ounce not to cry with her because i had to be strong. >> reporter: tesch and her daughter's cheerleading coach got into a heated argument on a local radio show. the coach had some harsh words. >> i'm directly quoting this hun tick. she said i don't mind the booty shaking so much. but it's the back aching and the skirt being too tight that i don't understand. and i said to her one time, their back aches and their skirts are too tight because they're standing on the crappy
organization focused-driven was established in january by jennifer smith to attended the distracted driving summit after losing her mother in a tragic car crash in 2008, caused by a driver talking on his cell phone. modeled after the highly successful mothers against drunk driving. focused estrogan is the first destructive driving the victim'' advocacy organization. state and local government strengthen regulation and enforcement of these of hand- held devices while behind the wheel. . is banning text messaging while driving. taking a further. it builds upon the past successes of similar campaigns like click it or take it. most importantly, the american public is truly beginning to recognize the very real danger posed by cell phones and other distractions behind the wheel. the secretary of the size over and over again that all distractions are a threat to roadways 60. getting the word out has the greatest impact on this issue because no law or organization can be as effective as the driver making the right choice. in the grand scheme of things, 12 months is really not that long of the time,
she got a phone call from her best friend jennifer that would change everything. >> she said hey, kristen, i've been thinking, i've talked to my husband, we've been praying about it and she said i really want to carry a baby for you. >> reporter: kristen couldn't believe what she was hearing. >> i said i have to talk to my husband. i went upstairs right away and you will not believe what just happened. i told him, that night we were kind of like this feels right. >> reporter: it felt right because kristen had been through everything together. they'd been friends since they were 7 playing house and growing up sharing special moments. jennifer, a mother herself was offering to be kristen's gestational carrier. that's when someone will carry a woman for pregnancy when a woman can't do it herself. the doctor said it was a perfect fit. >> she was young and had good eggs and we were able to place one embryo ointo her best friend. >> reporter: a baby is now on the way for kristen and her husband. they're expecting in february. >> when that child is here, i'm going to love that child so
a great day. at 5:00. the ♪ >>> "dancing with the stars" is back. we knew jennifer grey would do well. and she's on top of the leaderboard. "dirty dancing" once more. we also saw kyle massey. he was fun. so much fun to watch. and, of course, the situation from "the jersey shore." an exciting, new season already underway. we're going to get the behind the scenes scoop from someone who has been on that ballroom floor, erin andrews on who had the right moves and who has explaining to do. good morning, america. i'm robin roberts. >> the situation is making excuses. he only had five days. good morning, america. >>> there's a story coming out. you may have heard of this college senior who wanted to do a paper on apple. she wasn't getting answers. so, she decided to e-mail steve jobs directly. he replied. and it created a little bit of a cyberspace e-mail war. we're going to get into that this morning, as well. >>> and stay tuned. we have a special reunion. the cast from the unforgettable -- one of your favorites. >> i love this movie. >> "the breakfast club," 25 years later. we'll have that
jennifer. she also went to school online from the fifth grade through high school. now she is here at usc. you feel as though online education works. why? >> i think the structure of the school is a lot more similar to college than a regular school. i attended lecture once a week and then the rest of the readings were up to me. so i think i'm really well acclimated to college already. >> reporter: jennifer was the valedictorian of who are online graduating class of 450 students, kids she met for the first time at the graduation ceremony. give us something that you think you did miss out on, though. >> i really did miss out on the traditional social aspect of high school, like running to classes, eating lunch in the cafeteria, and just the entire action between people on a day-to-day basis. >> reporter: a study released last year by the department of education concluded that online learning is as effective as learning in a traditional classroom setting. at least in terms of academics. as different as it may seem, the formula for success online is the same as it is in class. students need t
a long discussion before the program started. during that conversation, jennifer, dave and judy convince me that we should create a group like mothers against drunk driving. the idea would be a national advocacy group devoted to ending distracted driving. that was born in the studios of cnn. during the year since, jennifer, dave, judy and other members have travelled the country doing important and inspiring work, putting a human face on a terrible problem. at last year's summit, we learned that distracted driving is an epidemic. it is an epidemic because everyone has a cell phone, and everyone thinks they can use it while driving. you all know this. if i asked for a show of hands -- which i am not going to do [laughter] -- i know that everyone of you has a self done. and i also know that everyone has used it while driving. do not deny it. we are hooked on it. that is why it is an epidemic. there is no bigger distraction than people on a cell phone or people texting and driving. there is not. you cannot drive safely doing that. i want to say a special word of thanks to the chief of polic
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